In the first article of a four-part briefing we look at how companies are ignoring the alarming decline in bee populations at their peril

When a small city in South Carolina called Summerville (nicknamed “Flowertown”) aerial-sprayed a pesticide called Naled due to fear of Zika-carrying mosquitos and killed millions of local honey bees in August, bee activists declared it another “bee-pocalypse’ – a direct demonstration of how harmful chemical controls can be to...

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